Elementary School Lesson Plans
Are you looking for free games, activities, worksheets, and printables for your students or your own children this Halloween? Consider candy corn math!
This is a first and second grade writing lesson plan focusing on creating summaries. The lesson plan also includes word work with homophones.
The 5 E lesson plan format is described and explained.
Some fun ways to teach grammar to today's children. These are far better than simply plunking some boring worksheets down in front of the students!
Seven art lessons about Rembrandt featuring art history, art appreciation and art lessons focused on value, space and expressive features.
Pinch pots are a wonderful project to do with elementary students. The students absolutely love working with clay and almost any little container or cup can be made. The variations are almost endless.
This is a fun hands-on lesson on the Reformation and can be used for a church Reformation Day festival, family or school study, or for a homeschool co-op class.
Are you looking for free games, activities, worksheets, lesson plans, and printables for your students or your own children? Consider Lego math!
What is an idiom? Idioms are a great way to add life and excitement to your writing. Included are examples of idioms and some activity ideas for students.
Free English lesson with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum. A simplified, fully illustrated story and video with a worksheet and games. Let your students learn an American classic! Ch 7 part 1.
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